Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley II Bet Preview, Odds, Prediction
The Jake Paul show continues to steam ahead when he faces off in a rematch against UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley on December 18th at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. The bout will air live on Showtime Pay-Per-View at midnight EST.
The bout was initially supposed to have Paul squaring off against Tommy Fury - brother of WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury. The fight would have given fans its first look at how good Jake Paul is against someone with actual boxing experience in the unbeaten 7-0 Fury.
Unfortunately, a rib injury and a chest infection forced Fury to call it off. Luckily for the fans, as well as the rest of the fighters on the card missing a potential payday so close to Christmas, the show must go on, and Tyron Woodley agreed to step in on two weeks' notice for a rematch.
The pair faced off in August of 2021, and the contest ended in a split decision, with Paul getting the nod from the judges. Paul won on two of the cards (77-75) and (78-74), with Woodley (77-75) on the last. Woodley firmly believes he won the first fight and certainly had the most significant moment of the night with a massive left hand in the fourth round that put Paul on shaky legs. In the end, Paul was able to outscore Woodley with strikes on the outside to get the decision.
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- Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley
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Jake Paul: -260
Tyron Woodley: +210
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Jake Paul Preview
Jake Paul has proven to have some legitimate boxing skills. He has an unbeaten 4-0 record and trains with ex-boxer BJ Flores. Before fighting Woodley, Paul destroyed his last two opponents with viral knockouts over former NBA player Nate Robinson and former UFC fighter Ben Askren. Paul prepared for the fight in Puerto Rico to focus on the task at hand and avoid the distractions.
Paul had success in the first fight by landing more punches and being a busier fighter. He didn't get the knockout he expected, but his game plan worked in the end. After getting rocked in the fourth round, his ability to overcome adversity shows he has the heart and determination required in the brutal sport of boxing.
Tyron Woodley Preview
Woodley had built an impressive UFC career with a solid wrestling base and explosive knockout power. Much of his best work in the organization involved using his hands to hurt or finish off opponents. He won the Welterweight title by knocking UFC legend and brawler Robbie Lawler out cold in the first round. He went on to defend that title four times.
But that was then, and this is now. Woodley is in the latter stage of his career. He lost four straight in the UFC before getting cut from the organization and losing his debut boxing contest to the YouTube sensation. Jake Paul is 15 years younger and has a four-inch height advantage.
Many of the fans who tuned in to the first Paul vs. Woodley believed that all it would have taken was for Tyron to let his hands go after he had Paul visibly exhausted and hurt against the ropes. Woodley took a more cautious approach, which ultimately cost him a victory.
When the two enter into the ring on December 18th, Woodley will have a big task ahead of him. Aside from Paul's physical advantages, Woodley also stepped off a movie set two weeks ago to take this fight. While Woodley claims that he is ready and has been training, the amount of time spent in the gym is unknown.
When you fight Jake Paul, you are stepping into his world. He controls all aspects of this fight, from the rules to the gloves. He has so much confidence that he even added a 500,000 dollar bonus to the contract if Woodley can knock him out. As the fight draws near, the Cleveland native looks to be in the driver's seat and ready to put on a show.
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